The American Library Association’s (ALA) Washington Office will host a panel discussion on the proposed Google Book Search (GBS) settlement during the association’s annual conference in Washington.
The session, titled “Panel Discussion on Life after the Google Book Search (GBS) Settlement,” will be held from 10:30 a.m. to noon on Saturday, June 26, in Washington Convention Center, Room 151B.
A panel of speakers, mediated by Jonathan Band, intellectual property attorney and counsel for the ALA, will discuss what the outcome of the proposed GBS settlement will mean for the future of libraries and digitization efforts.
Panelists include the following: James Grimmelmann, Professor, New York University Law School; Marybeth Peters, Register of Copyrights, U.S. Copyright Office; Mark Sandler, Director, Center for Library Initiatives, Committee on Institutional Cooperation (CIC); and Johanna Shelton, Senior Policy Counsel, Google.
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